Audi A1 Controls Driver information system
The driver information system automatically collects, processes and displays data. The CAR menu allows you to control special electronic equipment settings.
You can see the following in the driver information system:
|Radio station or CD
|Time and date display
|Mileage and trip recorder
|Service interval display
|Warning/indicator lamps and driver messages
|Cruise control system
|Gear-change indicator for manual gearbox
|Advanced gear-change indicator for manual gearbox
|Selector lever positions for automatic gearbox
|main beam assist*
|Seat belt warning system for rear seats
|On-board computer display
On-board computer display
The on-board computer has different journey memories:
- Short-term memory (on-board computer 1)
- Long-term memory (on-board computer 2)
- Efficiency programme
The following information can be displayed in sequence in on-board computers 1 and 2:
- Estimated range of fuel in tank
- Driving time
- Average fuel consumption
- Average speed
- Distance covered
- Current fuel consumption
On-board computer 1 (short-term memory)
The short-term memory processes the information on a journey from the time the ignition is switched on until it is switched off. If the journey is resumed within two hours after the ignition is switched off, the new figures are automatically included in the calculation. If the Audi A1 is left standing for over 2 hours, the short-term memory is automatically erased when you set off again.
On-board computer 2 (long-term memory)
Unlike the short-term memory, the long-term memory is not erased automatically. In this way, you can determine the period for which you wish the on-board computer to supply driving information.
The efficiency programme can help to save fuel Link.